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The face of nuclear terror has changed since the Cold War, but disaster-medicine expert Irwin Redlener reminds us the threat is still real. He looks at some of history's farcical countermeasures and offers practical advice on how to survive an attack.
This movie is part of the collection: TED Talks
Keywords: TEDTalks; TED2008; TED; Talks; global issues; history; medicine; technology; war; 2008
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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Subject: Not bad, but...
There's more you can do besides run:
Nuclear War Survival Skills - Cresson H Kearney
Nuclear War Survival - Books and Literature Collection v1
Strategic Relocation - The Film
Expedient Fallout Shelter Construction - Oak Ridge National Laboratory - ORNL
On top of which, if a "terrorist" weapon is detonated in our cities, it's likely because our own government either let it happen, or made it happen. (http://archive.org/details/TheRealMeaningOfTheOriginalWorldTradeCenterAttack)